The T-Mobile Dash successor: HTC's Cavalier

HTC has unveiled the "Cavalier," successor to the much-loved, uber-thin Excalibur (known more commonly stateside as the "T-Mobile Dash"). The Cavalier packs a 400 Mhz Samsung processor, 128 MB of flash memory, a 2 megapixel camera and most importantly, HDSPA support into a slightly redesigned form factor. Sounds enticing, eh? Well, here's the bad news: The Cavalier has been "postponed indefinitely" according to HTC, which may be code for "once T-Mobile USA gets its 3G network up." Don't let that stop you, however, from window shopping at the blog that has the photos (link below).

For more on the HTC Cavalier:
- see these unboxing shots from the Boy Genius Report

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